Labrador Nature Reserve

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Explore the rocky cliff-side vegetation and enjoy the panoramic views of the sea at Labrador Nature Reserve. This park is an oasis of calm and a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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Lovetrip10
Singapore, Singapore470 contributions
Couples
I came here for morning run. It's a small park with lots of nature. You can run along the sea while watching a nice view! highly recommended!
Written October 17, 2021
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Wensi L
Singapore, Singapore216 contributions
First time taking a train to Labrador MRT station and walking to Labrador Nature reserve. Was surprised that there is a well shaded boardwalk leading all the way to the edge of the park. At low tide, the mangroves can be seen as one walks through the passage of trees. It can get quite hot as you walk along the sea as there are no trees to provide shade. However, a few hundred metres in at the start of upslope portion, the trees provide good cover and one can see the concrete structures from colonial singapore. Would be nice to go in the evening or early mornings to enjoy the sea breeze and walk along the coast.
Written September 19, 2021
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Heng
Singapore, Singapore3,627 contributions
Solo
Had an awesome 3 hours walk starting from a nature park, and slowly progressing to waterfront walk, passing luxury condominiums and ending at Keppel Bay
Written March 7, 2021
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J&S_Singapore
Singapore, Singapore3,588 contributions
Labrador Park (拉柏多公园, Taman Labrador), is located in the southern part of mainland SG. The area is gazetted as a nature reserve and has a great picturesque view of the sea. The Labrador Nature reserve is also a site with historical relics from World War II left behind by the former British colonial legacy on the island.
Labrador Nature Reserve is part of the Southern Ridges adventure-exploring which also comprises nearby Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Kent Ridge Park.
It is conveniently located to the Labrador mrt, but one has to walk quite a distance in. From the station it is a walk along the Labrador Villa Rd which leads to Labrador Nature Reserve. We drove so parked at any of the free carparks available.
An amazing park that is surprisingly not very packed when we visited past few times. One can go fishing, sight-see (old WW2 remnants), exercise and even eye bird-watch here.. For Sightseeing check out the remnants of some British military battlement; there’s the machine gun post and artillery pieces (remains). Or can just enjoy the breeze and tranquillity while using any of the fitness equipment found in the park. Just jogging beside the shoreline and taking in the scenic view of the sea and nearby islands can be so enjoyable! A lot of people fishing at the park too. The ‘natural wonders’ (rocky sea-cliff ) sure make Instagram able-scene!
Labrador Nature Reserve is really an oasis of tranquillity away from bustling city, not very crowded and allow us to get connected to nature.
Written December 14, 2020
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore11,079 contributions
Labrador Nature Reserve is part of the Southern Ridges, which also comprises Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, and Kent Ridge Park.
Beside offering a picturesque view of the sea, Labrador Nature reserve is also the site where many historical relics and natural artifacts from World War II are located in Singapore and were left behind mainly by the former British colonial legacy on the island.
It is very convenient to visit as the Labrador mrt is practically next to it. After exiting the station, one can enjoy a boardwalk called the Berlayer Creek. At the end of this boardwalk is the continuation to the Chermain Boardwalk or turning right to Labrador Nature Reserve. The biggest black and white bungalow (No. 30) at Bukit Chermain can be seen as well as the western tip of Sentosa. It is shady to walk along the park beside the sea as there are many huge trees. One popular tree here is the Putat Laut (or box fruit tree). The jetty is also opened and so is a small beach. There is a playground and toilet facilities here as well.
Going uphill and taking the nature trail, one can see the old Fort set up by the British but it is a white elephant as the Japanese Forces attacked Singapore from the north and not from the south.
I would recommend this nature reserve as it is easily accessible in the city and is very suitable for a quiet walk or jog.
Written August 7, 2020
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wesleywaisiu
Singapore, Singapore2,257 contributions
Solo
This park is easy to access as it’s close to the MRT station. A number of historical places from world war 2 in the hill of this park. Not a lot of people, and nice boardwalk at the sea side.
There are a lot of wild chicken there as well.
Written July 23, 2020
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Alex Koi
Singapore, Singapore364 contributions
Solo
This used to house the big guns that will hold off the Japanese invasion during WWII.
Unfortunately, the Japanese landed from a different direction. Rendering this fort a white elephant.
Written March 19, 2020
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insertnamerighthere
Singapore, Singapore236 contributions
Friends
It's got a mix of nature and skyline. Plus really conveniently located walking distance from VivoCity. I personally enjoy the boardwalks - they have really soft yellow lighting. You can even see the fireworks in Sentosa from the boardwalks on Saturday nights. :)
Written February 4, 2020
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Barry Webster
Waipukurau, New Zealand331 contributions
What am amazing park.Beautiful native trees and plants .Squirrels,birds and bugs of all kinds.Good walking paths.The noise of the cicadas was incredible.It was a strategic point of defence during the Japanese invasion,but unfortunately the gun emplacements were pointing the wrong way.Most of them have now been removed,Overall a great walk finishing down at the waters edge where you can relax under the many trees in the area.A must do.
Written February 3, 2020
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O'Shi
Singapore, Singapore47 contributions
Friends
We came here on a Friday around 4pm while it was still quiet.

We're lucky to have encountered with some local residents - a squirrel resting on a branch, fire ants on branches of the mangroves trees, and we thought we saw a bird resembles of that kingfisher because of its prominent beautiful marine acqua-blue feathers.
Written January 31, 2020
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